Welcome to our new site design! If you’ve been with us awhile you’ve seen us shift gears like this before, and hopefully each time we do it enhances and improves how you interact with our website. If you’re new to our HEM site, welcome again – and please poke around and familiarize yourself with what we have here.

We’ve spruced up the looks of the site and re-organized some of the navigation, on our way to publishing the complete archives of Home Education Magazine online – that’s twenty-six years of published content – while we continue to broadcast timely news, great homeschooling resources, and plenty of valuable information from the HEM blogs.

The header across the top of this page remains in place for the most part as you move throughout our site. There will be exceptions as we continue to move stuff around between our old site and this current version, but we’ll try to keep things as clear and easy to follow as we can. This Editor’s blog will be the newsy ‘here’s what’s happening’ guide to using this site and the place where we note and explain the ongoing changes as they happen. Check back here often or – better yet – link to our RSS feed for regular updates and information.

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